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Old 08-30-2008, 12:24 PM   #11
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sweet, yea the L/S will help a shit ton when it comes to driving in winter. ive got 4WD on my jeep so i just pop in in 4 and drift around turns when it's icy, that's some pretty fun stuff
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I drift down turns, and my gravel road all the time, lol. Problem is I just cant get up my driveway sometimes... It's kind of steep. I'm pretty sure I have a 31 spline drivetrain, and I know I have an 8.8" rear, so I just need to find a L/S out of an exploder or something.
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Old 08-30-2008, 01:05 PM   #13
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A couple real burnouts, powerbrakes, braketorques or whatever you want to call them....



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I know there are better ones, lol. Now, have you ever riding in a car like those?... That is FUN!!! My friend had a 455 trans am. Burnouts, donuts the whole deal, it was fun. Then it ran out of gas, but we coasted home, lol. Now the engine is blown, was crapped up to start with though, getting it rebuilt with aluminum heads I think.
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I used to have a car that did burnouts like that. It was a little ol' 1972 Vega with a 400+ hp 388 cui Chevy smallblock. It would do burnouts for days, run 155 mph down the highway and run high tens, low elevens in the quarter. Yup, it was a blast.
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personally i hate brake stands, i mean anyone can do them, shoot i saw a Arabic guy doing it on a bike!!!!!! haha i like burnouts for the power of the vehicle so it has enough power to spin them, i wanna see how many gears you can burnout through without pushing the brake haha most ive seen was through 4 gears and then let off LOL (skyline ftw)
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If you want to keep the car in one spot for any length of time, a brake stand is a necessity. I prefer line locks myself, but they are an unneeded expense for everyday street use.
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Mine can burnout without a brake stand, and get a little smoke, but not a whole cloud.
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